The LG Stylo 6 hasn’t been particularly well-reviewed, but as one of the very few affordable pen-wielding smartphones released in 2020, the gargantuan 6.8-inch device managed to draw quite a bit of attention from users unwilling or incapable of spending a small fortune on a member of Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Note family.
The rear cover of the LG Stylo 7, however, looks far more interesting, including three different sections, the first two of which are dedicated to a quad camera setup displayed vertically in the top left corner and a presumably magnetic pen attachment in the bottom left corner. What’s even more intriguing is the handset also appears to feature a stylus slot at the bottom of its frame, just like its forerunners.
In other words, you might be able to choose between two different places when it comes to neatly storing your built-in LG Stylo 7 pen while not in use. Unsurprisingly, the camera specifications are under wraps for the time being, and the same goes for essentially everything apart from the phone’s unchanged 6.8-inch screen diagonal, largely familiar 170.6 x 77 x 8.6mm dimensions, and repositioned side-mounted fingerprint scanner.